Job Description: Conducts new research related to visitor use of National Wildlife Refuges in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, including supervision of programmatic operations (i.e., research design); prepares data sets and conducts data analysis in support of project goals; prepares refuge-specific summary reports for public dissemination; prepares presentations and presents findings at local, regional, and national meetings; reviews relevant literature in order to prepare manuscripts related to visitor use of federal public lands under changing social-ecological conditions; other duties as assigned. This position, under the direction of Dr. Alia Dietsch, will primarily support visitor management at National Wildlife Refuges (see go.osu.edu/NVSresults), though research activities and teaching support related to other parks and protected area contexts (e.g., National Parks, local or regional parks) may apply. Click to apply.